CreatorCon 2021 Virtual Hackathon Announcing the CreatorCon 2021 Virtual Hackathon Join the CreatorCon Hackathon virtually. Teams of all types will go head-to-head in a weekend-long quest for fun, prizes, and glory. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase your skills and build apps that solve real business problems. What is the CreatorCon 2021 Virtual Hackathon? CreatorCon Hackathon is a weekend-long event to rapidly prototype ideas using the Now Platform App Engine.
Congratulations to Team Volteoans! Yesterday we showed the finals of the CreatorCon Hackathon and announced that Team Volteoans won with their app Clinical Care Management (EMR). The hackathon team would like to thank everyone for participating in the weekend-long hackathon. We had over 220 people across 50 teams submit applications by the end of the weekend and had some really impressive and innovative apps submitted. Choosing the five category winners and the grand prize winner was very difficult for our judging teams.
CreatorCon 2020 Virtual Hackathon Streaming Doing a virtual hackathon means that more people across the world can participate, which we’re really excited about. The downside is that we’re not all in a room together. While teams will be collaborating internally with each other and we have the hackathon community forum, we wanted to do something else to create some community and camaraderie. We’re excited to announce that in addition to the special Hackathon version of Live Coding Happy Hour on Friday, May 1 at 4 PM EDT, we’re going to be doing two more Livestream Hackathon Shows over the weekend streaming live on YouTube and Twitch.
We are excited to announce prizes for the CreatorCon 2020 Virtual Hackathon! The Grand Prize winning team will receive $5,000 in Visa gift cards distributed evenly across team members and the four second-place teams will each receive $500 Visa gift cards for a total of $7,000 in prizes. Keep reading for more details on how this will work, and the official rules and information can be found on the Hackathon page.
G’day and welcome! My name is Andrew Albury-Dor, and I’ve been invited by Andrew and Brad to “Have the honor of contributing to the ServiceNow Developer Blog” (Really, they want more content, I know your tricks!). If you haven’t heard of me, I’m one of the 2020 Developer MVPs , and I’m very excited to be here! To introduce myself, I work for Auto & General Insurance in Brisbane, Australia, and have been developing on the ServiceNow platform for about four years.
The ServiceNow Developer Program sponsors and helps build engagement and community through the 60+ global Developer Meetups. The meetups are still occuring in an online setting. Now, it is easier than ever to connect with developers from your area and around the world. No commuting necessary. Find a meetup near you to join the events remotely now, and then once we are back to having in person events you can join in.
CreatorCon 2020 Virtual Hackathon Announcing the CreatorCon 2020 Virtual Hackathon Join the CreatorCon Hackathon virtually. Teams of all types will go head-to-head in a weekend-long quest for fun, prizes, and glory. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase your skills and build apps that solve real business problems. Submitted applications should address a problem space in one of the following categories: healthcare, telecom, manufacturing, banking, and social good.
Working Remotely Tips and Tricks About As companies start to encourage (or mandate) their employees to work from home/remote (WFH) temporarily due to COVID-19 many of these employees will include ServiceNow developers. We’ve worked remotely for more than 13 years combined, from multiple houses, countries, planes, trains, and automobiles. Having experienced the WFH differences between 7 different companies, we wanted to give some tips from our experiences. Before you leave the office Make sure that you are set up to access your instance outside of your offices.
Brad Joins the Developer Program Team About Me My name is Brad Tilton, and I am the newest Developer Advocate with ServiceNow’s Developer Program! I have been developing on the Now Platform since 2008 as a customer admin/developer, partner developer, architect, and trainer, and also as a ServiceNow employee. As an employee, I’ve held roles advising our Technology Partners on building store applications and enabling customers with best practice guides and other material.
In the Developer Program, we have been soliciting platform feedback for some time now. Your feedback has gone into product planning around developer tools in the New York, Orlando and Paris releases. We absolutely want to continue to get your feedback but there is a more permanent and robust place for that now - the Idea Portal in Community. Not only can you submit your ideas there, but you can vote on other submissions and track the state through its lifecycle.